Arab Spring fourth anniversary remembrance marked by scars of political violence and dictatorship
Arab Spring articles on Democracy Chronicles
A revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests in the Arab World that began on 17 December 2010 with the Tunisian Revolution. To date, rulers have been forced from power in Tunisia, Egypt, Libya, and Yemen.
If these peace talks do take place it will be up to the two sides to come to an agreement that will be beneficial for the Libyan people and to restore a civil society where people could live peacefully in their historically troubled country.
Slow reform following protest during Oman’s Arab Spring reveals path toward real democratic change
Leader of the 2011 Arab Spring revolution, Alaa Abdel-Fattah jailed as Egyptian crackdown worsens
Results in Tunisia and Arab World’s first Presidential runoff reveal population tired of violence
Hopes rising that major parties serious about new peaceful attempt to reawaken Libya’s Arab Spring
Persistent Mexican Spring protests intent on end to drug war’s horrific violence and corruption
Tunisia’s historic revolution sparked uprisings throughout the Arab world following the Arab Spring banner. While many of those uprisings have brought little else but violence, the real Arab revolution continues to be centered in Tunisia.
Violent Middle East politics rejected by Tunisia peaceful majority vote with real policy choices
Despite missing Islamist party, people target democracy in Tunisia’s first Presidential vote